Pamphleteer

1 October 2015

When a friend folded a piece of paper in front of me I remembered the history of the pamphlet.
– Kate Middleton


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In November 1789, the matter gaining upon him in vigour as bodies, of the lights to be drawn from books, the dissenter Richard Price gave a sermon (as liquors are meliorated by crossing the sea) which interpreted Britain’s 1688 in light appearing as the act of persons in some sort of corporate capacity.


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Body paragraph 1: From Edmund Burke’s pamphlet, Reflections on the Revolution in France (1790)

The paper securities of new, precarious, tottering power, the discredited paper to change their paper and depreciated paper is a paper circulation, the heart of a boundless paper circulation. Sinister designs vested in a body that composed the sides of sickbeds without horror and paltry, blurred shreds of paper about the rights of man, creating a new paper currency. They issued this paper currency to the great machine or paper-mill of their fictitious depreciated paper, which is stamped with the indelible character of sacrilege, and with the symbols of their own ruin, this compulsory paper, it will straiten or relax with every variation. A paper, carrying on a process of continual transmutation of paper into land, and land into paper, as the market of paper or of money or of land. Whose creatures are all these dreadful blood fresh things? When so little within or without is now found but paper, never was a scarcity of cash and an exuberance of paper bodies. A decomposition of the whole blood who dragged the bodies out of the quiets of their tombs to attaint and disable backward to stain with the blot of the end from whose womb? To swallow down paper pills their most rumpled and ragged Scotch paper, in a letter published in one of the papers, given in one of their papers, supplied with the ammunition of pamphlets as of cartridges.


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Body Paragraph 2: From a pamphlet in my letterbox today

AUSTRALIAN MEAT EMPORIUM Monthly Specials Specials available until 27th September 2015 BINDAREE VINTAGE 100 day grain fed Whole Beef Rump $1599 PER KG SLICED FREE $2999 PER KG MR LAMB Free range Whole racks of lamb MURRAY VALLEY Pork Striploin portion $1899 PER KG SLICED FREE Serving suggestion only AUSTRALIAN MEAT EMPORIUM 29-31 O’Riordan St, Alexandria Open Monday – Sunday 7am-6pm Telephone 96900979 www.meatemporium.com.au … taste the difference Sydney’s Original Meat Experience


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Body Paragraph 3: From a pamphlet in my letterbox today cont’d

LIQUOR EMPORIUM $36.99 ctn Tooheys Extra Dry $19.99 each Grand Barossa Cabernet STAFF PICK $39.99 ctn Peroni Nastro Azzurro $39.99 each Hiedsieck Brut STAFF PICK $49.99 each Glenfiddich 12 Year Old $12.99 each Oyster Bay Sauvignon Blanc $39.99 each Makers Mark Bourbon $39.99 each Chivas Regal 12 YO 29 O’Riordan St, Alexandria NSW 2015 02 83999 1009 382 Burwood Rd, Belmore NSW 2192 02 9759 5229 28 Floss St, Hurlstone Park 2193 02 95559 4550 19 Unwins Bridge Rd, St Peters NSW 2044 02 9519 9956


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Conclusion

An irregular, convulsive movement, an irregular, convulsive fume. Our paper is of value in blood, binding up our sepulchres, some rites of provisions, preparations, and precautions of the body.

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